Illustration of CE marked toys on white paper and wooden toys around it.


Did you know that it takes us at least 18 months to create a toy?

From the moment our designer Lotta starts her first sketch until it can be bought in a store, we need to go through a lot of steps. In addition to figuring out what type of toy or furniture we should make, we also:
- determine which type of wood or fabric that’s best suited for the specific product
- how to design it best to make it easy for you as a parent to assemble
- find materials that are approved or certified of various kinds
- make sure that it can be packed smart so it won't take up so much space when shipping
- and safety tests both at our head office and at an independent laboratory

Phew! We simply do a lot to make you, as family or friends, feel safe with our toys and furniture. Fortunately, we love this and find it exciting to find new innovative solutions so that you and the children can have a fun time.

Forest Stewardship Council® is an international membership organization that works for the responsible use of the world's forests. These rules protect, among other things, endangered plants and animals, the future ability of the soil to bear forest and also ensure that those who work in the forest have healthy working conditions.

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FSC certified kid's furniture and toys in wood.

What is CE marking? Many products require a CE mark to be sold within the European Union (EU). The CE mark means that the manufacturer guarantees that the product meets the safety requirements set by the EU for that particular product. 

All products must be safe, but not all products must be CE marked. Examples of products that may not be CE marked are furniture, prams, pacifiers and other children's items. The products that may not be CE marked are tested by the laboratory using standards, developed specifically for each type of product, and they are as safe as products with a CE mark.

A CE marked wooden bead maze from Kid's Concept
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